North Platte Valley Conservation District South Goshen Conservation District
Welcome North Platte Valley and South Goshen Conservation Districts are working together to conserve, protect, and enhance natural resources in Goshen County.
Meet Our Board Supervisors
Conservation Districts are governed by a board of five supervisors. Supervisors are locally elected officials, who serve four year terms. Supervisors attend monthly board meetings and oversee staff and the activities of the district. South Goshen Board Supervisors meet on the second Thursday of each month at 1:00pm at the Emporium meeting room in Hawk Springs. North Platte Valley Board Supervisors meet on the third Thursday of each month at 3:00pm at the USDA Service Center meeting room in Torrington.
North Platte Valley Conservation District
Supervisors left to right: Duane Keller, Dave Cushman (Chair), Kaye McKee (Treasurer). Not pictured Bum Baumgardner and Kasey Bangerter Click here to view 2023-2024 Budget Click here to view 2022-2026 Land Use Plan
South Goshen Conservation District
Supervisors left to right: Craig Jackson, Jennifer Scheer (Treasurer), Scott Ross, Boyd Yeik (Vice Chair), Curtis Grandstaff (Chair) Click here to view 2023-2024 Budget Click here to view 2023-2027 Land Use Plan
W.S. 11-16-122. Powers and duties of districts and supervisors thereof generally. (v) Conduct surveys, investigations and research and disseminate information relating to range management, the character of soil erosion, flood prevention or the conservation, development, utilization and disposal of water, and the preventive and control measures and works of improvement needed, but in order to avoid duplication of research activities, no district shall initiate any research program except in cooperation with the government of this state or its agencies, or with the United States or its agencies; (vi) Conduct demonstration projects within the district on lands owned or controlled by this state or its agencies, with the cooperation of the agency administering and having jurisdiction thereof, and on other lands within the district with the consent of the owner or occupier of the lands, to demonstrate range management practices, the means, methods and measures by which soil and soil resources may be conserved, and soil erosion in the form of soil blowing and washing may be prevented and controlled and works of improvement for flood prevention or the conservation, development, utilization and disposal of water may be carried out.